Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar
150 Centre Street
New York, NY 10013Neighborhood:
JapanesePrice: $30 and under
Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://mikanyc.com/
- Phone: 2129663838
- Hours of Operation:
M-Thur. 11am - 10:30pm
Fri - Sat. 11am - 11pm
Sun. 12pm - 9:30pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar/Lounge, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout
- Special Events: $18.88 – 3 course meal
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A word from Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar
In this hideaway gem, you will experience a new breakthrough in flavors. Mika features authentic Japanese cuisine on the edge of New York City's Financial & Court District . With its unique and urban atmosphere, Mika is a local favorite for neighborhood residents, jurors + judges, bankers + traders, and all that are walking distance to Wall Street & City Hall. The menu presents a full line of raw fish made up of only the highest quality ingredients. Whether you are in the mood for a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner, Mika offers the best of both worlds.Continued
**Planning a party? Ask about the private karaoke room!
**Planning a party? Ask about the private karaoke room!
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Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar reviews from OpenTable diners
- A few friends and I went outOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 2/14/2013A few friends and I went out for a singles Valentines dinner and we were expecting a typical Japanese sushi restaurant, but boy were our expectations highly exceeded! From the moment of stepping into the restaurant we could tell this would be a grrat night. They put our group into a private room in which we had to take off our shoes. It was probably the cutest environment I have ever eaten in. The food was absolutely scrumptious and the prices very fair for a Manhattan restaurant. If you go you must get a glass or two of the cold sake. Right off of Canal located 2 blocks from the train, this is a gem of a find. Everyone in our group was blown away by the quality of the food, service, and ambience and said that we surely would return.Special Features:
- A+ sushi and manner, D on entreesLizJ13VIPDined on 1/4/2013Our service was painfully slow, but that was mostly due to an obnoxious group of women demanding that the restaurant honor an expired Groupon deal. The manager was very gracious and accomodated them despite their reprehensible behavior. That was pretty much the only reason my boyfriend and I decided to stay instead of leaving after sitting there for 15+ minutes without having anyone come to our table to bring water or take our orders. My sushi roll was amazing! I would go back just for that. His seafood entree smelled and tasty like seawater; I was not impressed at all with that dish but he did not complain. I don't think we'd be back unless it was for their sushi which was delicious.Special Features:
- I discovered Mika throughOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/23/2012I discovered Mika through a Groupon and I am very glad I did. Although very pricey the food is absolutely delicious. I came with my 12yo son for Christmas dinner and we really enjoyed ourselves. I hope to be able to come here again but for the price I paid to eat there that day even with the Groupon we could have eaten at least 3 times at our local Japanese spot that also delivers. Pretty much I would say if you really love Japanese food and have a decent budget I highly recommend you to try this place. It's a short walk down the block from the train so it's also easy to get to. My only complaint would be the choice of music. Completely not what I want to hear at such a restaurant. Other than that I give it 5 stars.Special Features:
- Great tasting food, and atdeliusfanVIPDined on 12/23/2012Great tasting food, and at a generous deal, really and truly! The service was mostly good if slightly confused of who actually had our table at any given time.Special Features:
- It was the night of the Noreaster.OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 11/7/2012It was the night of the Noreaster. My friend and I showed up but they were closed. Which is understandable, but they could have called to let me know.
- It was difficult to find andsweetspotDined on 10/19/2012It was difficult to find and not even in the financial district. They charged for each hot sauce, and the food wasn't that great.
- Chinatown GemOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 9/15/2012Very nice Chinatown Japanese restaurant in an unassuming setting. I recommend it.Special Features:
- the chef's choice sushi plateOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 9/8/2012the chef's choice sushi plate was amazing. It was beautiful arranged and delicious!!
- Persevere and be rewardedOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 8/17/2012The decor is not much. You might even be discouraged by the entrance, which spirals weirdly above an ice cream shop. But do not give up. Go in, and get a table. The food is really great! I eat sushi often enough, but rarely do I say "YUM" when I eat it, and I surely said it when I ate here. Delicious sushi that does not break the bank! I will be back, and for now, in Manhattan, I eat sushi no where else.
- Check in on Facebook and likeOpenTable Diner Since 2012VIPDined on 8/15/2012Check in on Facebook and like them and you'll get a free scoop of ice cream at the end of your meal. We arrived just on time for our reservation and was seated immediately. There is a bit of a language barrier but it wasn't anything major.Special Features:
- Everyone was very nice. HoweverOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 7/17/2012Everyone was very nice. However food was just so-so o
- UNPROFESSIONALOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 7/1/2012TERRIBLE! i reserved for Sunday at 11am for 4 people and when we all went out of our way to get there, the restaurant wasn't even opened even though their site says opened at 11am. SO UNPROFESSIONAL. When we called the restaurant number, no one picks up and when we walk around and come back at 11:30, they're still not opened. I was so upset and we ended up eating at a Vietnamese place down the block.
- Popped in for a quick biteOpenTable Diner Since 2011VIPDined on 6/20/2012Popped in for a quick bite and was pleasantly surprised. One minor hiccup was that we had a dish we hadn't ordered delivered to our table and we weren't thinking and just started eating the fish dumplings. I then realised we hadn't ordered and flagged it to the waiter. We said we were happy to pay for them and just eat the rest. The waiter hurried away and came back and offered them to us complimentary and with an apology! If I'd been paying attention, that wouldn't have happened. But it showed great customer service. I'll definitely go back next time I'm in the area.
- east rollOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 6/16/2012the food was good especially the EAST ROLL, it was amazing!!!Special Features:
- We were in the neighborhoodjzinnVIPDined on 6/14/2012We were in the neighborhood and chose Mika because we wanted sushi. We were very surprised by how delicious it was. Don't let the entrance fool you since it is above an ice cream and snack joint. They have a great sushi chef, and we were very pleased with all our choices.Special Features:
- Sushi is a 6/10OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 5/20/2012Above average sushi but not that much above. Nice presentation. Nice service. It is in kind of a weird setting. The 2nd floor of a place in Chinatown. Close to subway though.Special Features:
- This is an average restaurant.OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 5/12/2012This is an average restaurant. Inexpensive but the food wasn't that great. The service was good but not outstanding. Don't have plans to go back.
- Perfect for Jury Duty LunchNYCNativeVIPDined on 4/2/2012Perfect for Jury Duty Lunch when serving at Center Street. Good sishi and they get you in and out fast
- This place has great pricesGeorgeDined on 2/18/2012This place has great prices and the food isn't bad at all. It isn't the most refined of Japanese restaurants, but if you're looking for a well priced tasty bit of sushi, this place will be great.Special Features:
- Great Sushi off the beaten pathOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 2/14/2012I met up with 2 of girlfriends for a midweek dinner and -- while the restaurant was pretty quiet -- it was the perfect setting for us to catch up and talk and ejoy a nice meal. The prices are amazingly cheap and the sushi was super fresh and creative. Honestly, it was just as good as Bond Street, Blue Ribbon, Haru - etc. The location is a bit "unique" because it's on the edge of Chinatown and the Financial District, and it's situated on the 2nd floor. So, I imagine that it would be pretty easy to miss if you didn't have specific plans to dine here. Also, they mentioned that they just got their liquor license so the beverage options were minimal. I'm sure they'll have a much busier scene once they load up the bar with more sake & spirits.Special Features: